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  1. Anyone have some exploit dev courses they don't mind sharing? (PM ME). Also interested in any black hat training. Feel free to PM me to discuss more.
  2. All these words and no show outputs. I like seeing command outputs to figure stuff out. Please some some stuff here and I'm sure we can give you a better answer.
  3. Well then shape outbound of the router towards the clients. That way you are shaping the downstream, not the upstream. If this is TCP data and the traffic rate exceeds the shape rate eventually packets will get dropped and the TCP stream slows down, that's part of how TCP works. If this is a UDP stream then it's up to the application. Or police inbound and when the police rate is exceeded drop the packets, again, TCP will adjust the rate and stay right near where you set it to. It's true though that depending on how many downloads are going on this could be bursty. RED can help with that to start randomly dropping stuff to help slow it as it approaches the max.
  4. Do not share files in the discussion forums. The share forums are the only place where this is allowed. Do not post useless "thank you" post. If you want to see the content of the hidden links Please use the "Thanks" button as shown in the announcements [Hidden Content] Posting an answer will NOT reveal the hidden content. All following useless "thank you" will be removed.
  5. There is no requirement of optimal routing anywhere.
  6. Not unless instance 3 is the odd vlans. Vlan 1 gets mapped to the odd vlans, It is explicitly required in most of the labs now. Probably because so many people think it doesn't matter, but it does.
  7. Well your problem isn't the usual broken path through SW3, it's going through SW1 instead, which has the same result.. busted MPLS, it shouldn't take that path at all. I'm guessing you tweaked something else for the Mcast section or incorrectly fixed the loop from OSPF-EIGRP redistribution.
  8. I'm not sure I understand exactly what your problem was. I think you need to share more about your setup, configs, and the actual problem. What lab version are you testing. Reading over your question I'm thinking that you are over-analyzing the task, but I'm not sure I correctly understand the issue. The taks only say to set the exit point of R1 or R2, but nothing about where things go from there.
  9. I'd still configure the MTU command on the ISP side. You'd want to configure it to match the lowest peer's settings. If you don't have the persistent settings then after a timeout the link goes inactive and needs to re-connect. You want to ensure that this doesn't happen. It's not a task requirement, but just a good idea. I'm not sure the encapsulation ppp is explicitly required off the top of my head. But it's still a good idea to make it so. Finally with the dialer pool, I think you get a nag from some IOS versions if it isn't there, again just a good idea.
  10. You have a problem with the redistribution on SW1. Follow the task lists more closely. Or you are using the wrong versions of IOU.
  11. Is there something you are wanting to know in general? What experience do you have. Where are you starting? There is not one book that covers everything. Look at INE's CCIE R&S suggested reading.
  12. Seems fine to me. What were you doing with the ip route? You shouldn't add one, was there an existing static route that you are fixing?
  13. crackerjoe69

    K8 SSH

    No, that's fine. The task just says that "guest" should login with "user-mode (non-enable-mode) prompt". There is no given restriction about guests being about to elevate their privileges.
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